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CCCC DEVELOPMENT PLAN –   ACTION LIST   2017

 

This is a listing under headings of the new and on- going actions which it is intended to progress in 2017 , towards the aims of the Cheshire Clubs’ Cricket Committee Development Plan 2015 - 17.

 

IMPROVE STATUS OF CRICKET IN THE COMMUNITY :-

 

Action

Responsible

Person(s)

Liaison

with

Targets

1

 

 

Advice and assistance to clubs who have a diminishing player base with consideration given to amalgamation or merger with other cricket or sports clubs to ensure sustainability

Leagues

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CDM

 

C.C.C.C.

Leagues to inform C.C.C.C which member clubs have difficulties in maintaining senior and junior teams thus affecting clubmark status

2

Encourage clubs to form or maintain junior sections incorporating the benefits of the ECB E.L.P. initiative

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CDM

Leagues

Increase the number of league clubs that have junior sections or to maintain the status quo where possible

3

Assist more clubs to become accredited under Clubmark and become Focus Clubs.

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CDM

CDM

Increase number where practicable

 

4

Assist Clubs to re-new accreditation after three year period which from 2017 will be an on-line process.

 

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CDM

Advise Clubs in the due year of renewal of Club accreditation after 3 year period through   Forums and meetings with Focus Clubs. CDO to assist with re-accreditation.

 

5

Support Focus Clubs to gain their re-accreditation promptly.

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CDM

Support Focus Clubs in the due year to gain   renewal of accreditation under Focus Clubs Agreement i.e by the end of September 2017

6

Encourage Focus Clubs to

Host representative matches.

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CDM

Advise Focus Clubs that they should if at all possible co-operate with requests for representative    matches to be held on their grounds.

7

Assist Cheshire Leagues to provide a structured system of league cricket for men.

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Leagues

 

Oversee operation of Cheshire Integrated League Structure.

Maintain dialogue with leagues outside Cheshire Pyramid

8

Assist the Cheshire Womens` Cricket League to provide a structured system of league cricket.

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  CWCL

CU & SA

Assist CWCL with its aims of increasing the number of players and teams in their League & forming a Junior Section and to encourage players to qualify as coaches and umpires.

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Assist the Cheshire Womens` County Cricket Club

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  CWCCC

Assist the C.W.C.C.Club to develop its management and administration and to field teams.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEVELOPMENT OF CLUB RESOURCES:-

 

10

Encourage clubs to become CASC clubs.

Leagues

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CDM

** focus & ** non-focus clubs ( ** ) are currently CASCs.   Increase where possible.

11

Assist other Clubs to adopt meaningful development plans.

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CDM

Advise clubs of the advisability of drawing up development plans. Template available on CCCC / CCB website

12

Liaise with District Forums and assist D.F`s to improve their operation

CDM

CDM

Forums

Clubs

Good communications with forums.

CDM to strongly encourage Clubs to take a full part in the operation of their local forum

 

 

 

 

13

Revise, update and publish      Grants Aid Booklet in an on-line format. Next edition due in 2018

 

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CDM


SW

“Sources of Grant Aid” Booklet   to include grants and loans available via ECB & other sources was   published in 2015 on-line and distributed to all affiliated clubs

Next edition due in 2018

 

DEVELOPMENT OF CLUB FACILITIES:-

14

Encourage all Clubs to join the CAG.

Secretary

Leagues

Advise clubs of the benefits of membership. Leagues to collect membership subs from member clubs for CAG.

15

Oversee work of the Facilities Prioritisation Panel.

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FPP

Discuss the work of the Panel at meetings and report to CCB.

16

Encourage all clubs to maintain good match & practice facilities

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Leagues

CAG

Leagues to refer clubs with problems to CAG for assistance with obtaining ground inspections

17

Assist Clubs in accessing ECB grants to maximise funding opportunities and support clubs to access external funding.

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CDM

In 2017 £55k to be made available by ECB for Small Grants Scheme

ECB..GAP not yet available

 

SENIOR RECREATIONAL CRICKET :-

18

Provide regular and Annual Report relating to CCCC activities generally to CCB

Chairman

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CCB

FPP

By the dates of the CCB meetings and AGM in December

 

ADULT PARTICIPATION :-

19

To maximise the opportunities for juniors, former and non-players to participate in senior cricket. Use of Players’ Surveys to gauge what current players want or expect from playing cricket.

CDM

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CCB

An increase in player participation at senior level and retention of junior players ( under 18 or younger)

 

STRUCTURED CRICKET FOR THE DISABLED   :-

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Encourage clubs to provide

disabled access and facilities and for “sighted” Clubs to host V.I squad in matches

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Leagues

Cheshire

Cobras

Developing opportunities for disabled players including County representation.

Monitor development

Offer Table Cricket to schools and community groups

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROVISION OF COACHES FOR ALL AGES :-

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Encourage Clubs in association with CCBCA to provide high quality coaching for all players

CCB

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CYC/

CCBCA/

Leagues

Maintain numbers wishing to take coaching courses year by year

 

PROVISION OF UMPIRES & SCORERS FOR SRC:-

22

In association with CU & SA attract more people to take part in SRC as umpires & scorers

CCB

CU &SA

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  Leagues

Increase number training as umpires & scorers year by year.

Clubs to encourage their members to take up umpiring and scoring

 

CHILD WELFARE POLICY:-

23

Extend affiliation to all Cheshire Clubs

CCWO

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Leagues

CWCC

Support CCWO in his role and increase number of Clubs with fully operating child welfare policies

CLUB ADMINISTRATION/VOLUNTEERS:-

24

Encourage Clubs to adopt a succession policy & seek out volunteers to assist with all areas of club life

 

CCB

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Leagues

CDO

To increase the number of suitably skilled volunteers in clubs such as administrative officers, fundraisers, captains, coaches,team managers, club umpires & scorers and committee membership

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DEVELOPMENT PLAN:-

25

Update Development plan for a 3 year period

2015- 2017

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CDM

JLP

Plan updated in January 2016

Action List to be monitored during 2017 at

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